About Andrew Lang
Andrew SID Lang is a British Mathematical Physicist at Oral Roberts University. He is currently serving as Chair of the Computing & Mathematics department and as Coordinator for General Education. His research interests are quite diverse, they include chemistry (open chemistry, cheminformatics), physics (quantum field theories in curved spacetime, the interpretation of quantum mechanics, naive physics), mathematics (education, applied mathematics, mathematical modeling, computer algebra systems), science fiction (the interplay between science and science fiction), theology (the interplay between science and theology), computer science (machine learning, virtual and augmented reality), and digital humanities (crowdsourcing).
ORCID Identifier: 0000-0002-9922-1414
|Present||Senior Professor of Mathematics, Oral Roberts University ‐ Computing & Mathematics|
Academic Achievement, Physical Activity, and Living a Healthy Lifestyle (7)
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Current Issues in Personality Psychology (2023)
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The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on College Student’s ...
Building Healthy Academic Communities Journal (2022)
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Chronotype as a Predictor of Academic Success of University Freshmen
International Journal of Psychology and Neuroscience (2018)
An individual’s endogenous circadian rhythm or chronotype tends to become later during adolescence, with peak lateness typically experienced during the ...
Augmented and Virtual Reality (4)
Open Science (17)
Teaching Cheminformatics Through A Collaborative Intercollegiate Online Chemistry Course (OLCC)
Journal of Chemical Education (2020)
While cheminformatics skills necessary for dealing with an ever-increasing amount of chemical information are considered important for students pursuing STEM ...